New This Week: Not Much

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OF the myriad heavy metal releases this week, we’ve chosen the three we think are most worth looking into.

Cauldron- Tomorrow’s Lost

Toronto’s traditional heavy metal legends-in-the-making, Cauldron released their new album, Tomorrow’s Lost, yesterday. Quick (clocking in at under 40 min.) and to the point Tomorrow’s Lost is the third full-length offering from these gentlemen of what I hope will be a long mission of spreading the traditional metal gospel.

Check it out on Earache Records.

Dio- The Very Best of Dio Vol. 2

We got this bad boy in the mail just the other day and though I’ve not had to the time to check it out, I’ve heard all these tracks before, and it’s Dio, so I can safely say it’s good. Probably worth the price too, if you’re a fan but don’t have all the albums from whence these tracks came. 

Available today.

Daylight Dies is arguably one of the most proficient acts on the death doom scene these days. You can chalk their popularity up to great songwriting and consistency so if I were a betting man, I’d put money on A Frail Becoming as another solid release from a solid band. 

Simple as that.

A Frail Becoming is available on Candlelight Records today!

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Chief Editor and Writer for Metal CallOut. Favorite sub genre of heavy metal includes Black, Death, Folk and Traditional. Deathscript can be found at @realJoshJohns or Google+.